Orangery at Prague Castle is open to the public

Orangery at Prague Castle [Photo Richard Bryant/Arcaid] The orangery of Prague Castle situated in the Royal Garden was opened yesterday to the public. The orangery is used for growing exotic plants, especially citruses.

The orangery was designed by the Commander of the Order of the British Empire Eva Jiricna. The heating and irrigation are controlled by a computer. The venetian blind control, lighting and ventilation is automatic.

As a part of the orangery is an accompanying exhibition on the history of Prague Castle gardens. The orangery is open until the end of August from 12:00 to 15:00, the entrance is free.

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